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Trump blames Democrats for Obamacare defeat
US President Donald Trump has blamed Democrats for a humiliating defeat in the GOP-dominated Congress after Republicans were forced to pull the Obamacare replacement bill.
Schumer calls Trump 'incompetent' after GOP-backed bill collapses
US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Donald Trump’s presidency is plagued by “incompetence and broken promises” after Republican leaders in a Congress controlled by his own party withdrew legislation to overhaul the US healthcare system.
Trump ‘will be vindicated' on surveillance claims: White House
US President Donald Trump is “very confident” that he will be "vindicated" regarding his claim that the Obama administration spied on him during the election campaign, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said.
Trump's ISIS challenge
Donald Trump has announced plans to host a 68-nation summit on countering ISIL at the end of March, while Iran and Russia, which form the most effective regional coalition fighting the group, have not been invited.
Black lawmakers to confront Trump on policies in meeting
The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has plans to meet with President Donald Trump to discuss issues related to the African American community.
Trump will attend NATO summit in Brussels in May: White House
The White House has announced US President Donald Trump’s travel plans to Europe for a NATO summit in May, a day after it was revealed that his secretary of state will skip the April 5-6 NATO meeting in Brussels.
Gorsuch keeps lawmakers in suspense on Trump’s Muslim ban
Judge Neil Gorsuch, Donald Trump’s pick for a vacancy in the US Supreme Court Justice, distances himself from the new president and his administration.
US will honor Iran nuclear deal, Trump’s advisor says
US President Donald Trump’s nuclear advisor says Washington will honor the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and six major world powers, including the United States.
Trump administration considering economic sanctions against N Korea
The United States is reportedly weighing tough sanctions against North Korea to bar its access to the global financial system.
Trump will do to Muslims ‘what Hitler did to the Jews,' letter warns
Muslims in the US state of Iowa have called for a hate crime investigation into a threatening note a mosque has recently received.
Ex-CIA chief: Trump should apologize to Obama for claims assessed as false by FBI director
Donald Trump should apologize to his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, for claims assessed as false by FBI Director James Comey, says a former CIA chief.
Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president: Poll
A majority of young Americans, particularly minorities, view Donald Trump as an illegitimate president and disapprove of how Trump is handling his job as president, a new poll suggests.
Ex-UK ambassador to US calls Trump’s wiretap claims ‘damaging'
The former British ambassador to the United States has rejected claims by US President Donald Trump about the UK’s involvement in alleged wiretapping of Trump Tower by the administration of former President Barack Obama in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
Most young Americans regard Trump as 'illegitimate president': Survey
A new survey study in the US reveals that a majority of young adults in the country – including three-quarters of African Americans and nearly half of whites - regard President Donald Trump as an “illegitimate president.”
Trump admin. reshuffling immigration judges to expedite deportations
The US Justice Department says it is developing plans to temporarily transfer immigration judges from around the country to detention centers in 12 cities to expedite deportations of undocumented immigrants who have been charged with crimes.

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